Bureaucratic Fanatics: Modern Literature and the Passions of Rationalization (Paradigms #8) (Paperback)
This new series presents original scholarly and essayistic work addressing the central status of literature in and for the human sciences. At stake in the monographs and essay collections are paradigms of literary forms for thinking the human sciences: the knowledge involved in a literary work; how modes of reading and writing shape and depend on an epoch or area of thinking; literature's affinities and points of resistance to what we call the humanities and the sciences. In other words, the series examines how literature works with and upon philosophy, rhetoric, technology, anthropology, sociology, statistics, economics, history, experimental science, mathematics etc. Paradigms is primarily concerned with German letters, but also includes its European and comparative literary contexts.
All volumes will be published in English and are first reviewed by the series editors followed by a peer review from two academics in the particular area of specialization. Two to four volumes are planned annually.
R diger Campe (Yale University)
Karen S. Feldman (University of California, Berkeley)
Paul Fleming (Cornell University)
Eva Geulen (Zentrum f r Literatur- und Kulturforschung, Berlin)
R diger G rner (Queen Mary, University of London)
Barbara Hahn (Vanderbilt University)
Daniel Heller-Roazen (Princeton University)
Helmut M ller-Sievers (University of Colorado at Boulder)
William Rasch (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Joseph Vogl (Humboldt University, Berlin)
Elisabeth Weber (University of California, Santa Barbara)
The series accepts monographs and edited volumes, if they systematically approach a specific topic and show a high level of coherence and focus.
Please submit an abstract and table of contents with narrative description of each chapter (4-5 pages total, single-spaced) as well as a CV along with the complete manuscript.
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About the Author
Benjamin Lewis Robinson, University of Vienna, Austria.